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This is the Sound of Sugar Town – 12 track vinyl compilation

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This is the sound of Sugar Town:
Twelve Tasty Treats from Bury St Edmunds, Rock City

Released on 12” vinyl and by download on November 13th by R*E*P*E*A*T Records / Pure Deadly. Cat no MBRR143

Beautiful and collectible, this very limited edition record may end up along with the sugar beet factory as being synonymous with Bury St Edmunds. And just as sweet! It includes a full colour sleeve (featuring an iconic painting by local artist by Kate Jackson) and insert, plus download code.

The album features new tracks from many of the bands from Bury’s thriving underground music scene, based around the City’s eclectic, inclusive and rather wonderful Washing Machine Club. Who would have thought that a market town of 35,000 could produce such vibrant and diverse quality?

Bands featured:
Horse Party, Rats as Big as Dogs, Voter Kernel, The Few, The Machismo’s, Pale Fires, Scare The Normals, The…

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